The White Wagtail in Bhutan

Look at what our lens captured on the banks of the river near the Punakha Dzong on a warm afternoon in mid-March – The White Wagtail

We spoke to an avid birdwatcher friend from India, K B Singh who identified the bird and added, “This is the personata race of  the White Wagtail species. It breeds in summers along the streams of the Himalaya. In winters they migrate south and can be commonly seen around waterbodies across most of India.”

How wonderful for us to spot the bird in Bhutan, right at the onset of Summer!

For larger view, please click on the image.

ImageSitting Squat
The prettier of the Wagtail we shot!
ImageHabitat – The banks of the river near Punakha Dzong
Image“There’s nowhere you can be that isn’t where you’re meant to be…”― John Lennon
Image“My soul is in the sky.” — William Shakespeare
ImageWhat satisfaction it is to watch a bird in flight!
Image“You were born with wings. You are not meant for crawling, so don’t. You have wings. Learn to use them and fly.” ― Rumi
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